Matt Skuta: A Second Every Day

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+2 1. LobsterKing commented 8 years ago

Gives you a pretty good perspective on how you spend your time.
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+15 2. Cloe commented 8 years ago

intresting...no porn >:)
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+4 3. Paul2765 commented 8 years ago

Matt obviously loves his dogs.
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+3 4. Firebird commented 8 years ago

try to name, what goes on in every second in this video, for instance: Traffic lights, quadrocopter, red clouds, dogs, water fountain, shopping mall..
Pretty good brain excercise in my opinion. 8-)
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0 6. Tarc commented 8 years ago

#4, especially for English learners! -which you might be as well. Great idea!
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0 7. bella1 commented 8 years ago

Wow that city/town looks depressing :'(
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0 8. Judge-Jake commented 8 years ago

I guess the problem is choosing which one :|
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-2 9. Calvinius commented 8 years ago

03:23 First six months of what? Recovery, moving to town, college...
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0 10. Sizzlik (admin) commented 8 years ago

#9 The project is still going on. This are the first six month of a second every day.